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3174 16th St (btwn Guerrero & Albion St)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 400-4748
Cocktail, Gastropub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 2:00 PM–2:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Awesome new cocktail and small plates space from the owner of Hideout and an all star team of bar folk. I am fucking thrilled this exists.
  • The burger is so greasy and therefore so perfect. The service is unbelievably good, but it's also only day 3 since opening. Really enjoyed my evening here.
  • The Whisky in Church is smokey, smooth and delicious.
  • Burger burger burger.
  • Awesome cocktail bar by night, lousy brunch spot by day.
  • The Mumbai Mule is amazing if you enjoy mint.
  • Great cocktail, friendly service, and killer food. Try the sloppy joes and the Gibson!
  • They have a cool mural on their security grate.
  • They have some good non-alcoholic options here. Friendly staff as well.
  • Get the virgin raspberry lemonade with vodka. And for food, get the chicken pot pie empanadas or the pulled pork corn tortillas.
  • The sloppy joes (which are like an American pork bun) and falafel lamb dog were crazy good, but the Mumbai Mule seriously blew me away.
  • If the front is full, head to the back. There are tables and the staff is very attentive.
  • I love their small bites. Good for snacks / light dinner. Try Mapo Sloppy Joe!
  • The service here is honestly 10/10. From friendly bartenders to staff taking food orders in the back of the bar, everything was really smooth.
  • Solid cocktails
  • Great whiskey and cocktail selection. Enjoy with the kimchi fritters - SO good.
  • The excellent and distinctive Mumbai Mule, which is centered around saffron infused vodka, should be your first cocktail order.
  • Delicious cocktails at a reasonable price parred with tasty bar food. The meat board is a nice snack to share with some friends. The Mumbai Mule is highly recommended. Staff is super friendly.
  • Get whatever mezcal drink the bartender feels like making that day.
  • The dish I want to order each and every time is the kimchi fritter, which does a do-si-do with Korean kimchijeon and Japanese okonomiyaki.